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1941 Ford car Philco model F-1841
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Looks like the presets are electronic rather than mechanical. This means that you have a pair of coils to adjust for each pushbutton. One of the coils peaks the ant circuit makes the station louder. And the other sets the frequency this adjusts which station you get. Most of the time if you  tune the osc adjustment more than a few stations away you'll need to readjust the ant coil to regain the sensitivity.

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1941 Ford car Philco model F-1841 - by flatheadjr - 12-12-2017, 12:00 PM
RE: 1941 Ford car Philco model F-1841 - by Radioroslyn - 01-13-2018, 01:30 AM



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